Amazing Scenery of “Rotten Sea” – Design You Trust

Amazing Scenery of “Rotten Sea”

Photographer Sergey Anashkevych captures the incredible images of salt flats in Crimea. Lake Sivash is also known as the “Rotten Sea”, it’s unique dazzling red colours caused by rapid propagation of Dunaliella algae in an abandoned mine.


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